You two boyz should go back to primary.
Rossi said: “We started to work for next year with a different engine that has more power but the bike is more difficult to control. I want more power but with the bike easier to ride. It has more power at the top and when you go full throttle the bike moves more, so is more difficult to control. So we have a small advantage but you have to fight more with the bike. We need to keep the advantage but have the engine smoother. This is the target but it is for next year."
Spaniard Lorenzo, who missed the podium for the fifth time in seven races in a classic Catalunya tussle yesterday, said: “We tried an engine that is for 2015 that for the moment is not better. It is a little bit more nervous.”
Now we can tell who is squeezing the throttle more than the other to test the chassis and who doesn't bother with it because his settings means he has no control on the bike when it is nervous and too much corner speed to ride it on the gas.
Bultoboy: correction, since 2011 NOT a single No2 at Yamaha Racing could adapt, reason for Yamaha to say they were NOT interested by a bike no one else could win on and change it this year.
As opposed to Lorenzo, Rossi CAN develop a winning bike rideable by other pilots, which is why development goes his way.
"This is the target but it is for next year."
RidgeRacerHRC: Why wouldn't he? After all most advantages are in the RC side at the moment.